The Nigora's fiber comes in three types, Type A (mohair), Type B (cashgora) and Type C (cashmere). They are a dairy as well as fiber goat, so I will have milk for the family to drink and to make cheese and butter out of, as well as the fiber to spin. This is a new breed and they sound like they would be good for small farms or in cities where small goats are allowed, where people want a goat for milk and fiber. For more information on the Nigora Goat go to their official website.

Bucks

WEF CuupidWEF Cupid out of Peaches and CF Hawkeye! One of a set of twins. He is a extremely white spotted pinto, his only patch of color is on his right hip. He is considered a grade Nigora, because there is no background on his mother. Sold to Mighty Fine Farms in AZ. Born 2008.

 

 

 

WEF ValentinoWEF Valentino out of Peaches and CF Hawkeye! One of a set of twins. He is red with a white spot on his poll and roaning on his ears. He is considered a grade Nigora, because there is no background on his mother.Born 2008.

 

 

Does

PeachesPeaches is a grade Nigora. She is mainly dark red with white markings, her face has a red stripe on the nose and her legs are red. She has a clean face and legs, but her coat is cashgora, which is a long soft fiber that sheds, while mohair doesn't shed. It is soft, wavy and grease free. She is a natural poll. She was placed in a retirement home this year. Born 1998

 

Wethers

We don't have any at this time.

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